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Tritium Opens New Headquarters In Europe, Bringing EV Fast-Charging Solutions To The Old Continent

The Australia-based plug-in electric vehicle fast-charging solutions firm Tritium has opened a new European Headquarters in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

The Australia-based plug-in electric vehicle fast-charging solutions firm Tritium has opened a new European Headquarters in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

The opening of the new headquarters in Europe represents part of the firm’s ongoing strategic development program meant to localize support, services, and production to customers in many parts of the world — rather than running things entirely out of Australia.

The new facility will reportedly handle sales, training, and an accreditation unit for technical servicing and customer support across Europe.

Green Car Congress provides more: “A major feature of the Amsterdam site is its in-confidence testing center, available for use by car manufacturers. As a privately-owned company with no strategic partnerships in the automotive sector, Tritium is able to offer comprehensive and confidential testing facilities for any automotive vehicles‘behind closed doors.

“Tritium is developing infrastructure solutions for the EV sector globally and is already a major supplier of fast chargers to the region, having taken around 20% of the west Europe market since the launch of its Veefil 50 kW DC range in 2013. It has supplied more than 50% of the DC fast charging units operational in Norway and is looking to develop its sales further in regions such as Germany, UK, France, BeNeLux, and Scandinavia, where its distinctive Veefil range is already installed on charging highways and in city centers.”

The new facility opening in the Netherlands follows Tritium’s opening of a new regional headquarters in Torrance, California, in 2017. The firm already operated a facility in Brisbane.

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